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7th Edition Fillable Character Sheet PDF

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leetsepeak

Anyone working on one of these, or have one handy?

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dce

Chaosium have already announced that they will be releasing fillable PDF versions of the 7e character sheets (which automatically do some of the calculations for you). These are interactive forms created and coded by yours truly.

 

I'm not sure exactly when they are due to be made available, or how they will be distributed ... but I'm sure that they will be available in time for folks to start running their 7e games using the released rules. MikeM might have a more accurate release date at hand.

 

 

Dean (from Adelaide)

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leetsepeak

Thanks, Dean.

 

I was hoping I could get my hands on one soon. Just got my backer proof and I'm eager to play with character generation.

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CAThompson

Chaosium have already announced that they will be releasing fillable PDF versions of the 7e character sheets (which automatically do some of the calculations for you). These are interactive forms created and coded by yours truly.

 

Thank you for making them.

 

My big question is will they support adding and subtracting skills? I'd love to play The Laundry but I'm not quite sold on the system as Cubicle 7 has it and I'd like to use the 7th ed stuffs for it.

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dce

I guess most people would have already seen the news (on Kickstarter update or Chaosium newsletter) but the interactive versions of the 7e character sheets have now been released.

 

You can get fillable sheets for both 1920s and Modern era by scooting over to this page. Both sheets are offered in two versions -- a "full autocalc" version and a "basic autocalc" version. Effectively the former is the fully-featured interactive sheet which does everything but only works on Adobe Reader (because of the advanced form features it uses). The "Basic" versions are cut-down to work on a broader range of readers.

 

I hope folks find these sheets helpful to their 7e game!

 

 

Dean (from Adelaide)

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StLRPh

edit: nevermind figured out how to do it.

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